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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1012.
iWeek-Long Discussion Will
Be Closed by Sermons by
Tho flrt conference In Washington
Dealing with "The IJoy untl the Home"
will conclude this afternoon with iier.
J"0?" by various minister- In the rltv
n Sex Hygiene." und n iiihhs meetlnc
jor boys In tho Y. M (.' A The tun
Jerence has been In temlon for 11 niek,
ourlns which time tin. problems nl
jeachlne youth tho problinm of box
nave been discussed
Dr. Qeorge Otli Smith, director of the
United States Oeologlcnl survev. ttaa
the principal epeaker at a ' Patlm 1 and
bona" banquet In the hall of llu Y M
g. A. last night Liter hi the evuilng
Ot. 'Wlnncld fccott Hall, nho has been
"9 chief speultor during the melt.
SnnlfA nn "Cn lit nlnn. f.., (tin t-lllivl,
Dr. Scott treated the matter of ron
rvlng tho health of the single man
he would the consenlng of timber,
coal, or any natural resource. "It la
rnoro Importntit," he said. Mo conserve
our human resource! than to consno
resources such as io.il, oil or timber.
Such coutcnatlon lneans not onlv that
our young manhood Ih not wasted hut
that mature manhoud Is picented from
going Into deta
II B r. .MaiKarland former District
Commlsslorei spoke of the changing
laxula in Ann ilea He shoi ed that not
rnan jears ago the American wjs ull
for himself, ulwicih now he wan work
ing for tlic i mnmunltv Such work
made possible the efforlis being made In
Washington to prei-erve the outh
The confirenci will conclude thli af
ternoon with n mass meeting for bom
In the Y. M C A hall In uhtth Dr.
Hall will glc his last lecture on"Six
"Peter Pan" Comes to the
National Next Month
I ( Y
II I I-""
OF CITY'S ALLEYS
Slum Life Leads Children to
Vice and Crime, Declares
Open Air Camp Head.
One of the n on Interesting i nnnunce
ments of tne pi enl thiititial s ,iso l
Is the engagiment 01 Maude Ailam at
the National for th llrst unit In I"
evmbrr In ' ivti r Tin Haul- fi
rnous pint M ititlt Adams N uniiiit
tlonnbl the foionv M a lust on the
American stngf ard II It to tin t red it
of Ameilean plneri tint iilu Is up e
cintntlve of tho hli.rt.st tvpi of h. i
profession In nn t oumt v
It Is Inteiisllng to note tint during
her road loin In Pttir Pan tin ie
celpts Inve been .-tatii poe'li thin
nnv attiacl on this st inu h n on.
considers t n li n.-tli inn IVIu I'iii
hasenjovetl this rls pro mnrenal When
In the neni futun Mlrs Vilnms 1 1 gins
her seiM'n at the Umplu Theatir in
New York she will romp to the foot
lights during the mnml lift and aU n
New York audit mi foi tin eight hun
dred nnd tent-llfth time ' Do uu
belleic In fairies"
HE'S COMING BACK
"Laid Up for Repairs," Says Col-
oncl Roosevelt's Son-
' I.ald up foi repairs ' Is the resigned
wav In whlih Nltholns longworth, Con
grchsman from ui.'o eptakti of his de
ft at The of Utul returns, now torn
plctt, show that 'Nick' nun defeated
hi a pluralltv of 97 otcs h 8tanle
lion ite the Democratic candidate.
Tl e nn-lii-Uw of former J'resldent
HonstMlt txplilns that the tomblnod
oppotltlnn of Democrats and Hull
Mm i im nui too ninth for him Mr
1 miunrt)i laron'i "lal 1 up for re
pairs Inilleates that he exptils to come
out of tin polltUul repair -hop at the
i plratlon of tun ears and resume his
old plate on the llooi of the Ilousi.
Creecy Is Boomed
For Pension Position
Man Washington fl A R men are
urging t!u ipiolntnunt of Col K W.
leecj of Nil, Yoik and formerly of
this tit' as t ominlssltinei of pensions
i ndei tin iifi dmlnlstratlon, accord
ing to report
(,'olon'l l"r-ec li a Democrat and a
1 nlnn vrttmn
Condemnation of the alle slums of
the National Capital waa voiced at a
meellng of the Camp Pleasant com
mittee ot the Associated Charities at
dhlloh Mnptlst Church when the report
of the superintendent of the camp dur
ing the past summer was read.
After telling of the wonders worked
on half-Stan ed children by two weeks
In the camp at Lincoln Heights, the
"It Is a reflection on this great, wealthy
nation of ours that such lads, brought
with the promise of a useful man
hood, should be compelled to return
to tho alley life where poverty and
hunger will aoon Imwltablr lead them
to vice. Immorality, and crime."
The nev. W. D. Jarvls waa elected
chairman of the committee for the en
suing jar, other officers Including: The.
Rev. D. K. Wiseman, flrat vice presi
dent: Prof, a W. Cook, treasurer: V.
D Ixe secretary; the Rv. Arthur
Randall, chaplain; and Dra C. W.
Chllds and U, W. Cabantsg, medical di
rectors Mrs Sarah Kernandls and the Re.
John Van Schalck, Jr., were speakers
at the meeting
FORTY ILL AFTER
DINNER OF TURKEY
Cold Storage Fowl Is Believed
, to Be Cause of
aiX)UCn8TER, Mass. Nov. IT -Cold
storage turkey sent here from Doston
Is today believed to have been respon
sible for forty cases of ptomaine poi
soning among members of the Klrst
Haptlst Church, following a church
supptr given by the ladles of the
The pastor, the Rei. Benton J. Nelly,
Is the most seriously ill
An investigation Is being conducted
by members of the church to definitely
fix the blame.
Two Dollar Show, 5 Cents.
Toda. Virginia Theatre.
WILL BE URGED TO
California Association Starts
Movement to Honor Wash
An effort will be made to have all of
the Htnte associations and aocletles In
Washington hold u meeting on Otorgo
Washington's Ulrthdav, Kcbruarv si
M. I'. O Donoghue, president of the
California Mate Association, was In
structed at a meeting of the associ
ation last night to Inaugurate a move
ment of this kind He will at once get
In communication with the officers of
the other associations and societies.
The association met last night at 9S
F street northwest Besides Instruct
ing It president to Inaugurate a move
ment for a general meeting of the as
sociations and societies In tho District,
all surviving members of the old Pio
neers' Association, which was tht title
of the present bodv back In tho 0h,
when It was organized, were m nlc
honorary members for life, as as nlso
Col John A Joyce, who made un ex
tensive tour through California In !?
Colonel Jovce gavi a short address,
telling of his experiences In Callfo nl i
In tho early davs lie recited sevral
poems which he had written uboui
California at the tlnu of his vlsll out
there. A II Griffith mtertalntd foi
ten minutes with some clcvei Imper
sonations A number of othcra ap
peared on the program
Also Called Tetter, Salt Itkeum, Prnrl-
tus, Mltk-Crusl, Weeping skin, etc.
KCZKMA CAN II K CUllIJU TO VTO.
nd whtn I sy cutfcl. X men Juit wlist 1 -C-U-It-B-IJ.
nJ not nerely pstchel up lor
awhllt to return won thsn bfor n.mmi
txr I mske this Arosd taitmeni alltr putilnt
ten ytars of rny tlm on this un dlicMie ana
hinallnc In th mesn-tlnie a quarter of a
million cms of this dres'lful dliea Now
I lo not cr uhit all yo i he u1 nor
bow mny doctors hav told you that you
could not be cured all I atk Is Jurt A rhan
In show you that I know what I am lalking
about If you will wrlln me TOIMV I wll
end you a FllLE TRIAL of m mill loolh
Ins guaranteed cure that will conitnc nu
more In a day than I or anion rite c uld In
a months time If you are diMlnl an I
discouraged, I dare you to site n.n a clmnoe
to prote my claims Hr wrltlna me today
you will enjoy more real eomfi " than yoj
had eter thought thta worlj holda for ou
Juit try It and jou will ic I am telling you
Dr. J. B. Caaaadar, 704 rark Square,
Heilalla. .VI o.
Reference! Third National :unk Redalla Mo
Cauld you do a tetttr act than to arnd thli
nottca to some poor sufferer ot Ecsetna?
WALK-OVER Shoes 'or Men
est he feet and give comfort,
riiey are made of only the finest
leathers and lasted in a man
ner that insures a perfect fit
and greatest ease in weal
ing. Our unvarying rule
is to show the same at
tention to the needs cf
our customer's foot that we show at all times to
the requirements of his fancy.
WALK-OVER Shoes come in all wanted leath
ers and sizes and will give complete satisfaction in
wear. Ask the man TnTTwfars them.
The illustration shows the latest form fitting
shoe. Men who are correct dressers will partic
ularly like this model, as it has the graceful Eng
lish swing to the last. We also have the low, rak
ish, straight draft English stvle Genuine Kan
garoo. Remember the WALK-OVER service insures
YMMfft. you a perfect fit. fllllP
mm $4.50 w
WvE7 to SB
W $6.50 B
Bto The Jm
Ek Walk-Over yP
ww Boot Shop yw"
mk fl X29 F A mm
The dainty clad foot trim, neat,
stylish is the outcome of carefull)
Our showing of Fall WALK
OVERS for ladies includes the most fashionable
models in an array of leathers, styles, shapes, and
effects that are not only varied, but include ever)
thing that the style judges approve. This is one
of the approved models for Fall.
The same sterling qualities that have made the
WALK-OVER Shoe so popular with men insure
the keen appreciation of ladies who wear good
WALK-pVER shoes are worn by Ladies of re
finement and good taste because they satisfy every
mandate of fashion and give exceptionally long
wear. And then, too, the easy comfort of these
shoes must not be overlooked.
929 F St. N. W.
929 F Street N.
$1.25 Flannelette Gowns
Women's (louns mmle of ex e'
lent qimllti ilinnelute dnul in
volte hatk nml from trimmed tilth
silk bialil anil uusli silk mull In
plnlt hlue, ami irrnv ihiIimh iiIxu
iiUIn nliln it 1, to 17 MRU-
fir J! . value fperlal, ! i
Open S A
Close 6 P. . 1. ourday 9 P. M.
t.i 7 T."jri-; fttr --. '-..' . j-r-i"T--T'v-T-Tri,n ynjmrTxrrrTwv ..fl-ziaM-Ji
Establshcd in 1860
29c and 35c APRONS
prons made of Kdn. lu ' V
IsVn. waist hlb ?" '"n,',',1,,r'i,l'
me, lil, cinbioldery and tucks
reKi lar 29c and 36c values f-pe-ilal,
The Formal Opening of Our New Addition Will Take Place Tomorrow Morning, Nov. 18
To Celebrate the Occasion Wc Have Arranged 'Great Special Sales in All Department!.
That the opening of our now buildings und the nilillllon of the millinery department has met with the approval of our man friends
nan ocen miimicsicu y mo (.oiiKr.ituiaiionH nnd the tiigrnicss or our patronx to adjust tncmselvea to the new locations of me ucimriinenm
Now, modern flxtureH High-power plunger safetj nliatnra Most modi ni and Biinltiiry retiring rooms are hut a few of the now features to
benefit ou and mane jour slay agreeable and shopping a comrort Firi-to years of merchandising Is a proud record, and our cnori always
will bo to make thla rttord good. Wo handle only relluhlo mcrthandlsi Never exaggerate or misrepresent; and our name Is your guarantee.
Krom time to llmo we Intend to nuki gruter mprovements, hut tho high standard of tho Lansburgh reliability will always remain the same.
Utrllif- Tlirt -silk
Hose, tlouliln sole,
hlsh spliced In el ini
garter top. bl.n li
and tin II .' val
ue Hpeilul 7fe
Iteic. S7.10 aloes.
r-peelal lot nf lit w
Miitaboul Hliilts uii'l
untl ( apt k liht I.
and natural t hr.
values worth up tn
$;.M C'lmli t, tiiiu
dll. If! fM eittll
ForDress Goods i'A'A?-25
The season s choicest and most wanted fabrics are scheduled for ruthless sacrificing for
Monday and Tuesday It i a sale which offers ou advantages not to be duplicated else
where under the most favorable conditions Choose from 48-inch fine Flemish Serge, 46
inch Diagonal Scrjji. 50-mch extra quality Tailor Storm Serge, 54-inch heavy Sicilian, 42
inch high-grade bilk and Wool Poplin, Lupin s line Empress Navy Blue Chantccler, Navy Blue
I)c Alma, 54-inch cstra grade Navy Blm- All-wool Panama, 50-mch Navy Blue Surah Serge,
and 54-inch Nav Blue All-wool Imperial Serge, Whipcords, etc. This great sale of dress
goods begins tomorrow, with ecr promise of wholly and brilliantly excelling all foregoing
events of like character Remember, two days onl, and bear in mind, values up to Si. 49.
All to go Monday, and Tuesday at, per yard, 89c.
Women's 18 but
ton lenith Glac
Kid Oloves, In white
only: all sites Reg
ular ! IM values Spe
cial for this sale,
heal Oraln Lath
ir lined Saffron
Leather and fordu-
oy Hand Hags
nickel llt and sun
mctnl f rumor with
Inside purse. I.eitu
lar II o) value
Main A sle.
Women's and Misses'
Good $5.00 Values
Wc have just received a shipment of
500 omen s and Alisses Rubber Surface
Raincoats with plaid lining Colors are tan
and grav Sizes for misses 14 and 16. For
women, M to J-1 This is an extraordinary
bargain and a cliaii.c foi evcrv one to pro
tect themselves- from the ram Good values
at $5 00 While ilie lot lasts to-
morrow, vour choice . Ski. ' '
Bargain Table Mam Aisle
$5.00 Msssaline Petticoats, $2.39
Best qualitv mescaline strong ard durable, in all the new fall
shades and black, 10-inch llouncc (mi'-lied with four rows of pin
tucks and 5-incii pkated flounce, percaline underflouncL and dust
ruffle; regular size on! , lengths, VS to 2 Tor one dav special,
Silks in a Big Sale
$2 40-In. Silk dVI Q
Charmeuse . p
Hcav, soft. cling, and beautifully finished. In a full line of
street and evening shades, including white, ivory, cream, taupe,
nav. brown, gray, American beauty, Copenhagen, Nile, and black.
36-Inch $1.00 Black Peau de Soie, 79c Yard.
36-inch $1 00 Black Peau de Soie; all pure silk; strong, 7Q
hcavv, and a beautiful crow black. For s
36-Inch $1.00 Black Peau de Cygne, 69c Yard.
36-inch SI 00 Black Peau de Cygne; all pure silk; a iCQr
rich shade; soft and highly finished. For O7C
Imported Corduroys, $1.50 Yard.
Imported Cordurovs, in a splendid assortment of street shades
Wc will show Monday, 4 shades of navy, 4 shades of brown, 2
shades of prune, 2 shades of myrtle, black, and white, dj-i r A
85c 24-Inch All-Silk Messaline, 59c.
100 pieces All-Silk Aessahne, absolutely perfect and beauti
fullv finished; in all the wanted street and evening colors; r fl
our regular 85c qualitv . One da) Jy
T.'-ln li nieuhnl Irish liinmk
extri Mtli.lt a tre t irlitv tf
Hi. n,.t it anil niu I ilesti 1I1 e put
tem. 1 ". .1 nlltv "I - CI 00
V A V f
riiiaii Ml 1 r
1 111, pt r v ir.l
NupKins t 1 111 tt-l
I tra tlifl I
lt -ptt lal 1 ml
7J-lnih llleai h tl .- n i Hi iiil
Dainalt 5 'iiulltt Q-j (
clil, .r i turd OlidU
''i Nspklns to m it h itrt Ji
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r Im II initltthtil r i Nap
kltie fi m 1 it In Sv in in r l tt ii
1. Mi t llm il nihil da m is I nilliru
clnths n him rmind utHli.ii in
holl -link I. 1 pi v n it i i
nation, ilblinn Iiim- inih n inn
and liimd ain innm niietuiiliiin
nt.ilietii t i !t t i
.X Mil Wa J i a .nei lill i(ll
2x.'' ils V .' -"pi lal "l no
i ids vn l" '0 mi iIhI mum
2X1 MlS Wll- IIOI'O -.11111111 .IM1
.l, l, wis VV ilM St. ml nioi lill -, II (
;ij"i. ds V is $ 0" iet I t filllll
NipUlns to mat' h
I3r All I.ln'ii lit instlti h d IluiK
Tonelt t vaiietles to sttt innn
S'letlal, .Dt t Kh
A fortunate purchase from a New York manufacturer places in
vour reach an opportunity offered for the first time b our new
di'pirtmcnt High grade Silk Velvet Hats in M different shapes,
comprising every desnable shape of this season's manufacture. No
hat in this lot sells foi less than S4 00. Your opportunity for $1.80.
and $7.00 Plush Hats, $3.95
'le, erect-pile Plush Hats arc offered at one-third less than they can be
hcsc arc of prime stock, in fashionable laigc and medium shapes so much
1 he ultrafashionaMe
hnucht tor unvwhcic 1
bought iflLi Regular pricey. SO 00 to $7 00. $3.95
Trimmed and Ready-to Wear
Priced from $5 to (t O Qf
?$7.50, Sale Price . pLi.UO
$4 Ostrich Plumes, $1.95
Three in a Bunch
V i ti i i i i i i f i ti llv trimmt tl h itp in
'i t i 1 n 1 i n - ii MM f 1 t ill inM nml
1, s i i ill - i I i Im vatltt of trlni-
nl tl if in i f V nt. M vvtis mil Html offei.lB
H-lnch Renulne Oitiuh Plumes, with full droonlnz
1'reni.h heads T i c in a hunch Colum uie ivhllt
reilsc klnK'H hlJe Rren, amelhjst, bl ick ami bUck
mil white J4 0)vulu- ut Jl Da
Special Sale of Twilight Brand
Tor Aonda t sale wc will offci a full line nt cue ot the best
makes of Sheets the Twilight brand -our special brand Stncth
hand torn, with 3-inch hem
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tl.111'1 -lll'll hill "'I IN.1l ll II I S I
tllvllls Mil li lit I mi t Mlln- linv "l ill!
"J .Hi) i luil ii H ,'lil ilitni linyili --j 1 1 1
7J'l'l t In tl i t tvlni liiv'ili ""pi ill
7JIW lul M i' I Minis luni; -jitiiil
HlMIU liniil li luil i-1 i, 1 1 fllil ll inn t'nj.lli vn
Si till) ilnii! li -linl Mi , i Ml i liii,'tu -) j. nil
HI HIS ilniilili luil Mr I nml- luiij; spe i I
IIIK'H) tt i ilmilili ii Up'iilitinii linili sr
iKlvlI'I in iliulile sii tU.i lin'li pi i ll . 83c
Oilvlos 1M1 1 ilniilili -11 , I v ml nn. -.),( 1 1 il 87c
If tun in'! r ill t. mji will Mini oven tle an 1 Uncili ieinli il ftii tin
lit tH ii mi I il ieil
I lb i I ii " i i-lljrl lit Hull, il I i i i I n 1 ilni. in
two 1. 1 w I It - I. n I I ii I i . i I - i . ill ' i cirj..
i I LitK
$15 Axminster Rugs, each . . $9.95
All-overs and medallions; soft-color tonings in brown green,
and red; excellent quality ; a good size for small rooms and re
ception halls $9.95 each.
M II I 1 iU
I one 1 I I
1 li 1 1
Mil e f( 1 '
58 4 ft. 6 in.x6 ft. 6 in. ?C AC
Axminster Rugs, Each . J'"
vein' Mil. I Inc putltinx VV i
I i' 11 I been nlite tn nii pl the
il i i tin) nn itiU ilti-ltalilt -l'e t ui;
$1.25 lS-In.x36-In. Axmin
ster Rugs, Each . . .
In IIKlii anil iluik nrlrnial .itcltns
n I InmiotiH nl nil ietn 1,11m
I In iinl I i o ii J i ut h
$25 9xl2-Foot Axmin
$ ii) il. VMiilnalii lliic". full
li ii i 1 , pi rte. tlv in Hi lit tl i
-nli ntll I lili,!i-)llr limn ion ling
nl in nuii'4u il initi sin til anil
It i u r Hi 1 1 t il i ' h !!fllnf,1 "I
.i ii lln n il t in .in. I litiiiv n
t-it ii I in liurnh -' i '1 .it
$27 9xl2-Foot Ax
minster Rugs . .
i Ton 'iI. Amlnhtei p.m.. HK
fininiiH ltrcmlij make n i.ir
Hhovvliii; of Lll-oier unit i leda lion
il b" I" Krren hrnvv n t n i r -.
Hill Mil Cnnil)nRtion n I'tllHlk
ami fit rala jjti 3-
$30 9x12 Seamless
Rifton Yelvet Rugs .
llUli-Kruclp tKpi ii s B.ien
;,',nf"1'n rte-lnV'AiM.l "U.,.'-"S
i I i1 ,n,'R,",i M V II " tlu
?i . ,',1.y"'n,,ll' a loo om ItiK
I ittlon In o(l Wd, 5. ( x
$35 9x12 Seamless Ax
minster Rugs . .
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In IhtiHe who tlealre r r K Hi i.ne
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